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CHURCH OF THE MEDIATOR KINGSBRIDGE, NEW YORK 

HENRY VAUGHN, Architect 

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Decorations, Furniture, Wall Coverings, Draperies 



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BOSTON 
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Being Examples of Early English 

Architecture, with Details and 

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BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

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Copyrighted by Frederic 'V. J£itt/e 

Gxecutive Secretary 

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1924 




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ARCHITECTS'. ARTISTS' AND 

ENGRAVERS' SUPPLIES 

Page 

Makepeace. B. L.. Inc 209 

Spauldmg-Moss Company .... 248-249 

ARCHITECTURAL MAGAZINES 

Architectural Forum, The 244-245 

BATHROOM ACCESSORIES 

Fairfacts Company, The 216 

Kohler of Kohler 242-243 

Mott Iron Works, The J. L 256 

Sanitas Manufacturing Company . . 210 

Trenton Potteries Company, The . . . 237 

BLUE PRINTERS 

Makepeace. B. L.. Inc 209 

Spaulding-Moss Company .... 248-249 

BOILERS AND RADIATORS 

American Radiator Company .... 223 
Gurney Heater Mfg. Company .... 261 

Richardson ii Boynton Co 258-259 

Smith Company. The H. B 257 

BRASS TUBING 

American Tube Works 250 

BRONZE FOUNDERS 

Gorham Company 229 

McGann. T. F. 6? Sons Co 23 3 

Polachek Bronze and Iron Co.. John . 240-241 

Reliance Fireproof Door Co 241 

Seeley ii Lawson 240-241 



BUILDERS AND BUILDING 

CONSTRUCTION p 

Bishop Co., J. W 220 

Simpson Bros. Corporation 212 

BUILDERS' SPECIALTIES 

Seeley ii Lawson 240-241 

CAST STONE 

Emerson ii Norris Company .... 234 

CLEANING SYSTEMS 

The Spencer Turbine Co 262 

CEMENT 

Atlas Portland Cement Co., The ... 239 

COPPER ARTISANS 

Badger & Sons Co.. E. B 256 

CRAFTSMEN IN WROUGHT IRON 
AND METALS 

Polachek Bronze and Iron Co., John . 240-241 

Reliance Fireproof Door Co 241 

Seeley ii Lawson 240-241 

Tuttle ii Bailey Mfg. Co 228 

DOORS AND FRAMES, ELEVATOR 
FRONTS 

Dahlstrom Hollow Metal Doors and 

Trim 240-241 

Peelle Company, The 25 3 

Penn Metal Company 224-225 

DRAFTING ROOM SUPPLIES AND 
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS 

Makepeace, B. L„ Inc 209 

Spaulding-Moss Company 248-249 



ELECTRICAL INFORMATION FOR 


INSTANTANEOUS AUTOMATIC WATER 


ARCHITECTS 


HEATERS 


Page 


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Kohler of Kohlcr 242-243 




ELEVATOR DOORS, CABS AND 


INSULATING AND DEADENING QUILT 


ENCLOSURES 


Cabot, Inc., Samuel 227 








INTERIOR MARBLE WORK 


ELEVATORS 


Troy Brothers 6? Company 238 


A. B. See Elevator Company .... 


INTERIOR DECORATIONS AND 


Outside back cover 


ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 






Payne Co., F. S 220 


Irving 6? Casson — A. H. Davenport Co. 3 


ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 


Pennell. Gibbs if Quiring Co 247 

Ross & Co., William F 218-219 








JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS 


FIREPROOF COLUMNS 


Bigelow, Kennard i£ Co., Inc. . . . 214-215 


Lally Column Company 25 5 






KITCHEN EQUIPMENT AND RANGES 


FIREPROOF DOORS 


Duparquct, Huot v¥ Moneuse Co. . . . 222 




Wrought Iron Range Co 254 


FORGINGS 




Bigelow, Kcnnard & Co. Inc. . . . 214-215 


LEADED AND STAINED GLASS 
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FUEL OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT 


Connick. Charles J 246 


Petroleum Heat and Power Company . 234 




GAS 


LIGHTING FIXTURES AND FIREPLACE 


Boston Consolidated Gas Company . . 264 


FITTINGS 


GREENHOUSES 


Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Inc. . . .214-215 




Caldwell if! Co.. Inc.. Edward F. . . . 265 
Pettingell-Andrews Co., Inc. ... 2d Cover 


GRILLES 

Tuttlc & Bailev Mfe. Co 228 


MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS 

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Seeley ii Lawson 240 


HALF-TONE AND LINE ENGRAVERS 




Proctor Engraving Co 238 


METAL DOORS AND TRIM 


HARDWARE 


Dahlstrom 240-241 


Peelle Company, The 253 






Burditt 6? Williams Company . . . . 251 


Reliance Fireproof Door Co 241 


Hunter Company, J. B 231 


Seeley & Lawson 240-241 



MOSAICS, TILES, MARBLE FLOORS 
Galassi Mosaic if Tile Company, Inc. . . 211 

PAINTS 

Dexter Bros. Co 231 

Standard Plate Glass Company .... 226 

PLASTERS AND CEMENTS 

United States Gypsum Co 255 

PLATE GLASS 

Standard Plate Glass Company . 2 26 

PLUMBERS 
Touchet, Albeit E„ Inc 252 

PLUMBING FIXTURES 

Fairfacts Company. The 216 

Kohler of Kohler 242-243 

Mott Iron Works, The J. L 256 

Sanitas Manufacturing Company 210 

Trenton Potteries Company, The . . 237 

PORTLAND CEMENT 

Atlas Portland Cement Co 239 

REFLECTORS 
Frink, Inc., LP 260 

REFRIGERATORS 

McCray Refrigerator Company .... 252 

ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK, 
METAL DOORS 

Badger & Sons Co., E. B 256 

Penn Metal Company 224-225 

ROOFING TILES 

Ludowici-Celadon Company 226 

United States Gypsum Co 255 

SASH CORD 
Samson Cordage Works 254 

SHINGLE STAINS 

Cabot, Inc., Samuel 227 

Dexter Bros. Company 231 



SLATE ROOFING, FLAGSTONES, 

STEPPING STONES 

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General Slate Company 228 

STAINS AND WOOD FINISHES 

Berry Brothers 236 

Cabot. Inc., Samuel 227 

STEEL COLUMNS 

Lally Column Co 255 

STEEL AND BRONZE WINDOWS, 
CASEMENTS, ETC. 

Penn Metal Company 224-225 

Seeley 6? Lawson 240-241 

TERRA COTTA 

Atlantic Terra Gotta Company .... 235 

TILES 

Galassi Mosaic S 1 Tile Company, Inc. . . 211 

TIN DOORS 

Penn Metal Company 224-225 

VALVES 

Jenkin Bros 263 

Watson & McDaniel Company .... 262 

WOOD FINISHES, FLOOR VARNISHES 

Berry Brothers 236 

WATERPROOF STUCCO AND BRICK 
STAINS 

Cabot, Inc.. Samuel 227 

WOOD CARVING 

Davenport-Brown Company 221 

Irving &? Casson — A. H. Davenport Co. 3 

Ross 6? Co., William F 218-219 

WROUGHT IRON PIPE 

Reading Iron Company 222 




TN the completeness of our equipment and with 
the assistance of our organization of specialists, 
the Architect has at his command at all times 
every method of plan reproduction, and in our 
large and varied stock of drawing supplies, 
material for every drafting need. 



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Importers 


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England's Largest Blueprinting 


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Manufacturers 




Drawing Material House 






Instruments 


Dealers 




387 Washington Street 
394 Boy Is ton Street 

Boston, Massachusetts 






Blueprints 



209 



Sanitas Manufacturing Company 

Fine Plumbing Fixtures 




Strickland. Blodget & Law 
Architects 



THE SHERATON 



Chase & Gilbert 
Builders 



BESIDES high grade Plumbing fixtures for Residences, in which 
we have specialized for many years, we have furnished fixtures for 
many of our nnest public and semi-public Buildings, as shown in the 
following list : 



Guv Lowell, Architect 
Richard Arnold Kisher, Architect 



Beaconsfield Hotel 
Lincolnshire Apartments 
Old Colony Trust Company 

Coolidge, Sheplev. Bulfinch & Abbott, Architects 
State St. Trust Company Parker, Thomas & Rice, Architects 
Wakefield Trust Company Hutchins & French, Architects 



Class of '93 Dormitories, M. I. T. Welles Bosworth, Architect 
Massachusetts Hall, Harvard LTniversity 

Coolidge, Shepley, Bulfinch & Abbott, Architects 
Gould's Academy Coolidge & Carlson, Architects 

Sol-E-Mar Hospital Kendall, Taylor & Co., Architects 

Cape Cod Hospital Shepard & Stearns, Architects 



Show Room at 105 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON 



Works at WAKEFIELD, MASS. 



210 




The First National Bank Building, Boston, Mass. 



York & Sawyer, Architects 



GALA55I ^n° d 5 t a : c e COMPANY 

BE.NNE.T AND ASH STRttTS, BOSTON, MASS. 

Telephones, Beach 8702, 8703, 8704 

Roman and Venetian Mosaics Marble and 51ate Floor and Wall Tiles 
Ceramic Mosaic Tile Mosaic and Terrazzo Work 

211 



^impsoii $ros. Corporation 



BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



GKNERAL OFFICES 

77 SIMMER STREET 

BOSTON, MASS. 




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CHURCH MEMORIALS IN STAINED AND LEADED GLASS 

MURAL DECORATIONS GLASS MOSAICS 

LEADED GLASS FOR RESIDENCES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS 




DESIGNERS OF THE HISTORICAL WINDOWS 

liasljington memorial Cfjapel, "i T allep Jforgc, $a. 

Zantzinger. Borie & Medary. Architects 
studios: 1602 a 1604 summer street. philadelphia. pa. 



NEW ENGLAND REPRESENTATIVE 



Cfjester $. Bobge 

PLEASANT CORNER. ROCKPORT, MASS. 



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BIGELOW. KENNARD & CO.. Inc. 

JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS 

WEST AND WASHINGTON STREETS 

BOSTON. MASS. 

WROUGHT IRON IN ALL BRANCHES 
ESTIMATES PROMPTLY AVAILABLE 

FORGE AT 387 ALBANY STREET 



214 




BIGELOW. KENNARD & CO. INC. 

JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS 

WEST AND WASHINGTON STREETS 

BOSTON, MASS. 

LIGHTING FIXTURES OF 
JEWELRY QUALITY 

FORGE AT 387 ALBANY STREET 



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C7**HE attractiveness as well as the everyday convenience of Fairfacts Fixtures will be fully 
\J appreciated by your clients. Made of china by special process, they never tarnish or 
stain. Firmly imbedded in the walls, they last as long as the house itself. A tile con- 
tractor should install them. 

THE FAIRFACTS COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers 
234-236 WEST 14TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY 



. trade t/ICatfced 



Jairfacts fixtures 



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^Builders of (ylass gardens for ^Nearly 
^hree-Quarters of a Gentury 



WE are always glad to 
heartily co-operate with 
architects in assisting them in 
preparing greenhouse plans and 
specifications. 




ord, & *Vtirnham(o, 



^Builders of Greenhouses and Conservatories 

{Boston : £ittle ^Building 



Irvington, N. Y. 
New York 
Chicago 

Eastern Factory 

Irvington, N. Y. 



Philadelphia 

Cleveland 

Denver 



Kansas City 
ot. Louis 
Buffalo 



Toronto 
Montreal 



jreensboro 



Western Factory 

Des Plaines, 111. 



Oanadian factory 

St. Catharines. Ont. 



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fterebos anb Ctjoir Stalls, 311 faints Cfcurcf) 

William Jf. £oss & Company 

(Cast (Cambn&ge. fflass. 




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Sll #>atnts Cfjurd) (^eterboro) &. %>. 

Cram & Jferauson, architects 

William Jf. &o£ig & Company 

193 to 207 JSribge Street, Cast Cambribgr, itlass. 

interior ISoobtoork Jftne Jfurniture Carbing ant plaster Movk 



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BOSTON 


CAMBRIDGE 




s PAYNE CO- 






ELEVATORS 




NEW HAVEN 


LOWELL 



WORCESTER 




BOSTOX 


NEW YORK 




J. 


W. BISHOP CO. 

BUILDERS 




PROVIDENCE 




XEW BEDFORD 


BRIDGEPORT 



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DAVENPORT -BROWN COMPANY 

Member Master Builders" Association 

CUSTOM WOODWORK 

OF THE BETTER GRADE 

SOMERVILLE, MASS. 




Living Room in American Walnut. 
Panelling and Carting by Davenport-Brown Company. 



Residence. William H. Wellington. Boston. 

Tapper & Goodridge, Designers and Interior Decorators. 



SOME RECENTLY COMPLETED WORK 



OWNER 

M. Graeme Haughton 

G. H. Edgell 

City Hall 

S. F. Bremer 

Mason & Ha.mlix Show Room 



Brookline Savings Bank 

Faculty Hall Addition, 

Dartmouth College 
Runkle School 



location 
Beverly Farms, Mass. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 
Brookline, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 



Brookline, Mass. 

Hanover, N. H. 
Brookline, Mass. 



ARCHITECTS 

J. D. Leland & Co. 
Frost & Raymond 
Ritchie, Parsons & Taylor 
Kilham, Hopkins & Greeley 
Frederick S. Kingsbury 
C. Howard Walker & 
Sox, Associates 
F. Josephs Untersee 

Larson & Wells 
J. A. Schweineurth 



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Service Refrigeratoi 




SEND FOR THIS 
BOOKLET 
It contains instructive 
information on pipe 
costs and the best in- 
stallation methods. 



Comparative Pipe Costs 



Are Graphically Shown 



IN THIS NEW BOOKLET 

WRITTEN primarily for the prospective home builder, "The 
Ultimate Cost" explains without technicalities why Reading 
Genuine Wrought Iron has a life two to three times that of steel. 
You as an architect will be interested in the valuable facts disclosed 
— particularly if you put yourself in the layman's place as you turn 
the pages. 

We will gladly mail you a copy, and willingly discuss any piping 
proposition which you may be considering. Data on file at our 
office is at your free disposal, and our convenient location insures 
prompt personal service at all times. 

READING IRON COMPANY 

WORLD'S LARGEST PRODUCERS OF GENUINE WROUGHT IRON PIPE 

1104 Continental Building, Boston, Mass. 



Main Office and 

Plant: 

READING 

PENNSYLVANIA 




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The Architect 

gave it charm — 



IDEAL TYPE A gives it cheer 

The home of Wharton Clay at Winnetka, Illinois, is a dis- 
tinguished example of artistic, modern construction. 

No less advanced is the method of warming the house, for 
ideal heating is supplied by an Ideal TYPE A Heat Machine 
and Corto Radiators. (Mr. Clay equipped the machine with an 
oil -burner. The TYPE A and other Ideal Boilers can be read- 
ily adapted for efficient oil burning.) 

Nearly 1200 feet of hot-water radiation is supplied by the 
Heat Machine, and the service rendered during the past winter, 
the owner states, has justified his best expectations. 

The Ideal TYPE A Heat Machine — an aristocrat in appear- 
ance — is a working aristocrat in performance. It soon pays 
back its cost in the coal it saves. That alone makes it worthy 
of your specification. 

A MERICAN R ADIATOR C OMPANY 

Ideal Boilers and Amerjcah Radiators for every heating need 
Dept. BA-1, 1803 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. Branches in all principal cities 



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FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

York and Sawyer, New York City, Architects 

Stone & Webster, Boston, General Contractors 

Penco Furring, Lathing and Corner Bead 



Penco Lath and Corner Beads 



Rand-Avery Co. Building, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. Whidden-Beekman Co., Engineers 
and Builders. Using PENCO Tin Doors, Kalamein Doors, Hollow Metal Windows, 
Toilet Partitions and Lockers. 

100 Beacon Street Trust. Clifford Allbright, Architect. Using PENCO Reinforcing. 

Trinity Grace Chapel, Springfield, Mass. Allen 8C Collens, Boston, Architects; F. A. Weake, 
Inc., Springfield, Mass., Plasterers. Using Furring Lathing and Corner Bead. 



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ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK 
Thomas M. James Company, Boston, Architects for Bank 
George W. Harvey Co.. Boston, Designers and Builders 
Penco Tinclad and Kalamein Doors, Frames and Trim 



Penco Tin Doors, Kalamein Doors, <Toilet Partitions 



Beaconsfield Hotel Addition, Brookline. Guy Lowell, Architect; James Driscoll 8C Sons Co., 
Brookline, General Contractors. Using our Metal Lath, and Tin Doors. 

Chapman Bank, Portland, Maine. Herbert W. Rhodes, Portland, Architect; Googins 8C 
Clark, Portland, General Contractors. Using our Metal Lath, Corner Bead and Toilet 
Partitions. 

New Waterman Building, Boston. Using our Kalamein Doors. 

Runkle School, Brookline. Using Penco Toilet Partitions, Kalamein Doors, Kalamein Partitions. 



ERRATA 
Through a regrettable error in O.K.-ing incorrect proof 
submitted to the Advertisers, a transposition occurs in 
the buildings illustrated; the First National Bank Building 
appearing as the Atlantic National Bank, and vice versa. 

— Editor 



Standard Plate Glass Company 



Glass for all Purposes 
Paints for all Surfaces 



CAMBRIDGE 



BOSTON 



HARTFORD 




J. L. Bushnell Residence - Springfield, Ohio 



Lewis Colt Albro - Architect 



DOTH the design and color scheme of Mr. Bushnell's Residence were greatly 
*-* enhanced by the use of " Imperial " Spanish Hand- Roughened Tile as a 
roof covering. A full range of Browns, Reds, Purples, and Buffs was furnished. 

LUDOWICI-CELADON COMPANY 



MAIN OFFICE: 

1 04 So. Michigan Avenue 
CHICAGO - ILLINOIS 



NEW YORK OFFICE: 

565 Fifth Avenue 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 



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This new house acquired at once all the flavor of antiquity that its style requires, by staining, the red cedar clapboards 
tilth a ueatherbeaten brown shade of Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains. R. H. Dana, Architect, New York. 

Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains 

The original shingle stains, and the standard for forty years. The richest, strongest and most durable colors 
and genuine creosote, " the best wood preservative known." 

Cabot's Old Virginia White 

For Wood, Brick, Stucco or Stone 

The clean, brilliant " whitewash white " effect of Old Virginia White has real distinction. As bright as new 

whitewash and as durable as paint, but does not look " painty." 

Cabot's Double-White 

A true flat white that is so opaque that two coats will cover any surface as completely as three coats of lead 
and oil paint. Whiter than paint, has no gloss, liquid and free flowing, easily applied, fine texture. 

Cabot's Waterproof Stucco Stains 

For staining and rainproofing cement and brickwork. Go twice as far as heavy coatings, costs less and 

cannot crack or peel. 

Cabot's Insulating and Deadening Quilt 

Makes houses warmer in Winter and cooler in Summer. Saves its cost many times over in reducing fuel bills. 

Deadens sound in floors and partitions. 

Full Information on Request 

Samuel Cabot, Inc., Ma cnem is r ie Boston 

342 Madison Avenue, New York 5000 Bloomingdale Ave., Chicago 



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Cypress shingles, brick chimneys and stonework finished with Cabot's 

Double-White ; roof in blended browns of Cabot's Creosote Stains 

Clark & Arms, Architects. New York 



Btnkuork Finished with Cabot's Old Virginia White 
R. S. Silsbee, Architect, Ely via, Ohio 



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GENERAL SLATE COMPANY 

148 STATE STREET 
BOSTON 

MONSON-LUSTRE AND FAIR HAVEN 
MOTTLED AND GREEN UNFADING 

ROOFING SLATE 
FLAGSTONES STEPPING STONES 



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Cast 



[ekROCRAFT Grclles 



FOR your selection, we Kave over 000 
different designs in Cast Ferrocraft Cjnlles, 
for your radiator enclosures and recessed 
treatments. Period and classic designs there are 
in goodly number. Also, a choice few adapta- 
tions from old world examples. 

Although we make Loth Perforated Sheet Metal 
(AH Wrought Steel) and Cast Goods, we advise 
Cast Ferrocraft Registers and Grilles for their 
beauty, strength and durability. 



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DESIGN NUMBER 52 



Tuttle a Bailey Mfg Co.- New York 

For Over /5 Years JV1 alters of Oast rerrocraft 
Registers ana Grilles 



Chicago Kansas 

Briageourg. Canada 



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Alfred C. Bossom, Architect 
Unveiled in Westminster Abbey 
Made by The Gorham Company 



THE 

GORHAM 

COMPANY 

New York Providence 

Fine Bronze Work 

Statuary Windows Store Fronts 

Tablets Bank Work Mausoleums 

Elevator Cabs and Enclosures 

Ecclesiastical Wares 



The following installations of Gorham Bronze Work have 
recently been completed in the City of Boston: 



BANK WORK 

National Shawmut Bank .... 

National Shawmut Bank, Arlington St. Office 
First National Bank, Windows and Lamps 
First National Bank, Boylston St. Branch 
Beacon Trust Co. ..... 

Atlantic National Bank, Check Desks . 

STORE FRONTS 

Mason & Hamlin Piano Company 

Arlace Boot Shop 
Hanan Shoe Store 
Thayer MacNeil Shoe Store 
P. H. Bonney Company 
Park Square Building 

ELEVATOR CABS 

Park Square Building, — Lawyers' Building, — Insurance Exchange, — Commonwealth Atlantic 
National Bank, — Doctors' Bldg., No. 275 Commonwealth Ave.,— No. 14 Kilby Street. 



ARCHITECTS 
Parker, Thomas & Rice 
Thomas M. James Co. 
York & Sawyer 
Thomas M. James Co. 
A. H. Bowditch 
Thomas M. James Co. 



F. H. Kingsbury & 

C.Howard Walker Jr. 
Allen & Collens 
Seymour & Schoenwald 
Seymour & Schoenwald 
Allen & Collens 
Densmore LeClear & 
Robbins 



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Otis Gearless Traction Micro-Drive 
Passenger Elevator 




Full Automatic Control — "Signal Control" — regardless of speed, 
is now a reality with the Micro-Drive Machine, and Con- 
stitutes the very latest Development in Elevator 
Service and Efficiency 

OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 

OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE WORLD 



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VERY cordial invitation 
is extended to yourselves 
and your clients to visit 
our showroom, where 
our estimators will be 
pleased to assist in the 
selection of hardware for the 
home or mercantile building. 
We are equipped to furnish 
reproductions in wrought iron, 
bearing the charm of the Co- 
lonial days of home building, as 
well as the more modern brass 
and bronze hardware of to-day. 

B. Hunter Company 

SIXTY SUMMER STREET 
BOSTON, MASS. 




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The proper selection of color that adds to 
the pleasure and satisfaction of the owner 

Specify Shingle Stain made l 7 Better 

Ask our co-operation to the end that the 
right stain and the right color is used to 
produce the effect you desire. 

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CARPENTER HOTEL, MANCHESTER, N. H. Herbert W. Rhodes, Architect, Portland, Me. 

evince 1839 



RusswiH 

r DISTINCTIVE 

HARDWARE 



HARDWARE 

J Used Throughout 



Chandler & Barber Co. 

124 Summer Street, Boston 

SPECIAL BRASS OR WROUGHT-IRON WORK EXECUTED TO ORDER 



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COLOSSAL BRONZE EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF LAFAYETTE, 17 FT. HIGH. PLACED BY US AT BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, 
AND DEDICATED BY PRESIDENT CALVIN COOLIDGE, SEPTEMBER 6, 1924 



CARRERE & HASTINGS 
Architects 



T. F. McGANN & SONS CO. 

ART BRONZE FOUNDERS SINCE 1869 

120 Portland Street - Boston. Mass. 



ANDREW O'CONNOR 
Sculptor 



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Equal to Any Emergency 




Pioneers in Fuel Oil Burnii 
With 20 Years* Experience Back of 


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OFFICE BUILDINGS — 


POWER PLANTS 


PETROLEUM 


HEAT AND POWER COMPANY 


NEW YORK 


BOSTON 
100 Boylston Street 


PROVIDENCE 



Emerson & Norris Company 



The Material 
The Organization 

Cast Stone 



The Service 
The Reputation 



BOSTON : MASSACHUSETTS 



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The 
most ca 
in archi 



The Delia Rohhia School Today 

Harmony in enduring color is the result of four agencies, 
Architect, Painter, Sculptor and Atlantic Terra Cotta. 

With over one hundred colors in Atlantic Terra Cotta 

for selection, the Painter was unrestricted, and in applying 

the glazes we were able to get the exact tone, variation 

and feeling of his water color sketches. 

Childs Company Restaurant at Coney Island, New York, was 

refully studied, and consequently is a beautiful example of color 

tecture. 

DENNISON &• HIRONS, Architects 
Color studies by DUNCAN SMITH 
Modeled by MAXFIELD KECK 

The September issue of "Atlantic Terra Cotta " describes 
the building in detail 

Every piece is stamped 



ArlAmiO 



and backed by our 
reputation. 

ATLANTIC TERRA COTTA COMPANY 

350 Madison Avenue, New York 



Represented by 
Bay State Builders Supply Co. 
SO Lansdown St., Cambridge 

LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF TERRA COTTA IN THE WORLD 

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Floor Varnish Must Be More Than Waterproof To 
Withstand This Daily Test 

Floor varnish must be far more than merely water- 
proof to withstand the punishment of continuous 
service and remain unmarred and beautiful month 
after month. 

Lyon & Healy, Inc., Chicago's largest and one of 
the world's greatest retail musical-instrument houses, 
praises Liquid Granite in these definite terms: " We 
have tried many makes of varnishes on our piano 
floors, but always get back to Liquid Granite, as in 
our judgment it stands up best where pianos are 
moved over floors almost daily. 

Liquid Granite is more than just waterproof .... 
it wears. Heavy furniture can dent the wood but 
not mar the finish. And as for the pounding and 
scuffing of tramping feet, Liquid Granite will en- 
dure a million steps. 

Specify Berry Brothers' Liquid Granite for beauty 
and utility. It is impossible to select more durable 
floor varnish. Made in a Gloss and Dull Finish. 




FLOOR VARNISH 
BROTHERS, 



OF DISTINCTION 
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 



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The Evidence of Quality 

The quality of plumbing fixtures can best be judged by the character of the buildings in 
which they are installed. 

The Boston Chamber of Commerce Building; First National Bank Building; Old Colony 
Trust Building; Mass. Institute of Technology Dormitories and other prominent buildings 
in and about Boston are being equipped with 



"TEPECO" ■ 

ALL-CLAY PLUMBING FIXTURES 

which bear the above trade mark. 



This mark is a guarantee of quality. It is the mark by which The Trenton Potteries Co. 
establish their identity that those who use " Tepeco " Fixtures may be assured of the very 
best. 



THE TRENTON POTTERIES CO. 



The World's Largest Makers of All-Clay Plumbing Fixtures. 

BOSTON SHOWROOMS and OFFICES 
9 Tremont Place, Off 6 Beacon Street. 



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Boston Office: 
lOl TREMONT STREET 




him® amd 
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Lynn Office: 
7 WILLOW STREET 



Engraven of the Roston Architectural Club Book 



TROY BROTHERS & COMPANY 

Interior Marble If^ork 

975 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE 

BOSTON", MASS. 



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NEW BEAUTY 
in CONCRETE 

has heen added fojyermanence 
and economy, through 

ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT 

HE photograph shows the interior of the Shrine of 
the Sacred Heart, in Washington, D C, an epoch 
making achievement in the use of concrete. Every 
detail of its intricate decoration has been worked 
out through a new technique in concrete with Atlas 
Portland Cement. Its sumptuous colors were se- 
cured and made permanent simply by the manipulation of the 
aggregate. And though these colors vie in richness with the most 
elaborate mosaics of the Orient, the nature of the material, 
breaking its surface into innumerable small facets of light, 
blends the color scheme into a harmonizing whole, possible 
with no other material. 

The broad use of color was suggested by the extensive area 
of the walls, vaults and domes which in the Romanesque period 
were decorated through the free use of marbles and mosaics, rich 
in color and interest. These materials are no longer available 
for such large areas within permissible cost. But this new tech- 
nique in concrete satisfactorily met every requirement, and at a 
quarter the cost old time materials would have made necessary 

The quality that made Atlas the cement preferred by Murphy 
& Olmstead, Architects, and John J. Earley, Architectural Sculptor 
tor this achievement in concrete, likewise makes it equally desir- 
able for all rypes of concrete construction and serves to keep Atlas 
known as "the Standard by which all other makes are measured." 

Because of its plastic condition when first mixed, concrete is 
shaped to any style of construction, to the solving of almost any 
major building problem, and to the countless small jobs where 
both permanence and economy are desirable. So we find con 
Crete adding safety and permanence to the structures of the city 
and of the country, where men work and where men dwell. 

On request, we will furnish any archirect, builder or owner 
•nterested in this new color development in concrete, data on 
method of work and results already secured. Use the coupon for 
information desired on this or any other use of Atlas Portland 
Cement or Atlas White Portland Cement. 

The Atlas Portland Cement Company 

2S BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY 

CHICAGO BIRMINGHAM INDEPENDENCE, KANS. 

PHILADELPHIA BOSTOM ST LOUIS DES MOINES DAYTON 

OMAHA BUFFALO KANSAS CITY JACKSONVILLE. FLA 



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Chicago, 111. 



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High Point, N.C. 




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Hotel Bellerive, Kansas City, Mo. 




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A feeling shared by 
many Architects 



Many architects, we believe, re- 
pose a special degree of confi- 
dence in Kohler Enameled 
Plumbing Ware. Their satisfac- 
tion with its quality and distinc- 
tion of design is registered in the 
specifications which they write — 
not as a neutral acceptance, but 



as a definite preference. Nowhere 
is thisconfidencein the ware with 
"the name in the enamel" more 
generously expressed than in the 
hotels of America. Among them 
are many notable Kohler instal- 
lations — of which a few typical 
instances are illustrated here. 



KOHLERofKOHLER 

Kohler Co., Founded 1S73, Kohler, Wis. Shipping Point, Sheboygan, Wis. 

BRANCHES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES 

MANUFACTURERS OF ENAMELED PLUMBING WARE AND KOHLER AUTOMATIC POWER AND LIGHT 110 VOLT D. C. 



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Electricity as the city man knows it 

7VW available anywhere — without storage batteries 



excellence, reflected in great reli- 
ability — are Kohler Automatic 
features which result in a per- 
fection of service beyond the 
conception of anyone familiar 
only with the conventional type 
of lighting plant. 

There are Kohler units ranging 
in capacity from 800 to 2000 
watts, and in price from $360 to 
$795. Complete information, 
and the opinion of users, are con- 
tained in the Kohler Automatic 
booklet, "The Principle and the 
Proof," which we will gladly 
send you. 

Kohler Co., Founded 187 '3, Kohler, Wis. Shipping Point, Sheboygan, Wis. 

MANUFACTURERS OK KOHLER ENAMELED PLUMBING WARE 

BRANCHES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES 

KOHLERofKOHLER 

AUTOMATIC POWER &LIGHT 



There is one kind of private elec- 
tric power and light plant which 
much experience has shown to 
be uniquely adapted for use in 
country or summer homes, 
country clubs, rural churches, 
schools and community build- 
ings, and many similar locations. 

This is the no-storage-battery, 
110-volt Kohler Automatic. 
The absence of storage batteries; 
the 110-volt current, using 
standard lamps and appliances; 
the press-the-button, automatic 
operation; and an exceptionally 
high standard of mechanical 



NO STORAGE BATTERIES 



110 VOLT D. C. 



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ARCHITECTURAL 

FORUM 

Established in Boston, i8q2, as ''''The Brickbuilder" 

ONCE each month The Architectural Forum collects, edits, illustrates and publishes the most important 
news ol the architectural world. Without neglecting the claims of design, it presents matter calculated 
to interest the draftsman, the specification wriler, the structural engineer, the construction superintendent, 
and the office manager, as well as those in charge of interior decoration and landscape gardening. Frequent 
illustrated articles deal with architecture of the past in different countries of Europe. 

Four times each year The Forum appears as a Reference Number, devoted to buildings of some one particular 
class which architects have expressed a desire to sec so treated. In 1925 the March number will be devoted 
to " Golf and Country Clubs "; the June issue to " Motion Picture Theaters "; in September there will be a 
number dealing with " Moderate Cost Apartment Buildings," while the December issue will cover " University 
and College Buildings." The price of each of these four Reference Numbers is $2, but subscribers will 
receive them as well as the eight regular numbers for $6 per year. 

THE ARCHITECTURE OF SMALL BUILDINGS 

A New Monthly Editorial Feature 

Beginning with the January, 1925, number. The Aichitectural Forum will include a new department devoted 
to architectural precedent and practice in the planning of moderate-cost buildings of all types. This section 
will consist of 24 pages of text, illustrations, plates, plans and data covering small residences, schools, churches, 
banks, theaters, institutional and industrial buildings. 

It is the purpose of this department to provide for architects practical information having direct local applica- 
tion in suburban and country districts, and smaller cities and towns. 



EDITORIAL FEATURES 

Contemporary Architecture 

Bnei definite descriptions of important recent build- 
ings of residential, institutional, commercial and 
general types. Profusely illustrated with plates, 
plans, and details. 

Architecture of Small Buildings 

This section is described above. It is devoted en- 
tirely to a detailed presentation of small buildings — 
information which has direct local application every- 
where. 

Landscaping 

Special studies of estate and garden plans and the 
major elements of landscape architecture in this 
country and Europe. 

Measured Drawings 

An extensive collection of newly measured period 
exteriors and interiors, details of doors, mouldings, 
ironwork, etc., chosen for direct application to the 
daily problems of design. 



EDITORIAL FEATURES 

Forum Studies of Architectural Precedents 

Early in 1924, the Editor, accompanied by an ex- 
pert photographer, spent several months in Europe. 
He took over 2,000 photographs. From these will 
be selected illustrations for this series of special 
eight-page articles on early French interiors; Italian 
and Spanish ironwork; Italian Renaissance doors and 
gates and similar invaluable group studies. 

Furniture and Decoration 

New studies of period interiors and furnishings, with 
measured drawings. A series of detailed drawings 
of French interiors never before measured or photo- 
graphed. 

Engineering 

Practical articles by leading authorities covering 
phases of structural and mechanical engineering, 
invaluable as basic knowledge for architects. 

Business and Finance 

Facts clients want to know. Conditions in the 
building field; financing methods and other informa- 
tion pertinent to the business side of modern archi- 
tectural practice. 



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the Editor of The Forum. 



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Incidentally we manufacture and deliver the 
equipment necessary to produce the results 
we sell. 

Starting before the days of electric lighting, 
for over 66 years this Service has been 
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or Coils. Kettles, Steam 
Tables and Dryers. Also 
made Extra Heavy for High 
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Pressure Regulating Valves 

for all purposes 

Steam, Water, Air and Gas 

Pump Governors Relief Valves 

Ejectors and Suction Tees 

OUR material is in successful use in many 
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and other plants where regulation and saving 
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Established 1878 



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Philadelphia, Pa. 




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Boston Representatives, Spencer Co. of Boston 
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information. 

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MAKERS OF GAS & ELECTRIC LIGHT FIXTURES 
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